Toyota Safety Sense

Protect What Matters Most

In recent years, auto safety has taken a major jump from seatbelts and airbags. Safety technology has stepped up to become one of the main components of the new vehicle experience. But how do you determine which make of car has the best safety features for life in the Yukon? A closer look at Toyota Safety Sense -- Toyota's suite of smart safety systems -- will fill you in on how our lineup is making roads safer (even in the wild North.)

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How Toyota Leads the Way

Modern-day safety technology has advanced to the point where it now acts as a backup or co-pilot, ready to step in when the unexpected occurs. While proper driving techniques and alertness on the road are required by all drivers, smart systems can lower the risk of collisions by sensing where the vehicle is and where all surrounding objects are located, as well. The newest version of our driver assistance technology, Toyota Safety Sense 2.0, does just that. Learn more about how each feature works to keep your family protected.

Pre-Collision System with Daytime/Low-Light Vehicle and Pedestrian Detection, plus Daytime Bicycle Detection

As the name suggests, this system prepares your vehicle for an imminent crash -- or avoids the collision altogether. Whether the object that has crossed your path is animal, vehicle or bicycle, TSS will sense it and kick into action to prevent disaster.

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Lane Departure Alert with Steering Assist and Road Edge Detection (LDA)

Never let a distraction veer you out of your lane again. The LDA feature keeps you safe by sensing where the road lines are ahead of you and keeping you inside of them.

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Automatic High Beam (AHB)

Blinding oncoming traffic isn’t safe for anyone. With AHB, you won’t have to remember to switch your high beams off every time a vehicle drives passed because your Toyota does it for you.

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Lane Trace Assist

This feature allows you to stay centred in your lane even when traveling at higher speeds while in cruise control. To make it work, all you need to do is keep your hand on the wheel.

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Full Speed Range Dynamic Radar Cruise Control (DRCC)

Easily move with the flow of traffic without constantly worrying about plowing into the car in front of you when you’ve got DRCC on your side. This technology works at low and high speeds to match your movements with the vehicle in front of you from a safe distance.

Safety Throughout Toyota’s Lineup

Toyota has put the focus on safety through the entire 2019 lineup of vehicles. Our smaller vehicles come equipped with TSS-C, a version of Toyota Safety Sense that was put together specifically for compact vehicles. You’ll find TSS-C on 2019 Prius C and Yaris models, along with 2018 Corollas. For our larger models, TSS-P takes over and can be found in the Avalon, C-HR, Camry, Highlander, Prius (Prime & V), 2018 RAV4, Sequoia, Sienna, Tacoma, Tundra and all of the associated Hybrid versions of these models.

Looking for the latest release of Toyota Safety Sense? Version 2.0 can be found in all new 2019 RAV4s, 2019 Corolla Hatchbacks and 2020 Corolla sedans.

Experience the difference that smart safety makes by booking a test drive at Whitehorse Toyota today. Once you have TSS on your side, you’ll never want to drive without it.

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